Yuvan Shankar Raja doesn’t miss to render the best tracks for director Vasanth, who launched him in Tamil music industry. After a long hiatus, Vasanth comes up with Moondru Per Moondru Kadhal that has captivating tunes by Yuvan Shankar Raja. We bring you the exclusive music review on this album hitting music stores today.
1. Aaha Kaadhal Konji Pesudhe
Singer: Nandini Srikar
Listen to this song and you’ll fall in love with it over and again. So transfixing is the voice of Nandini Srikar as it sweeps our senses to a greater degree. Much alike other songs in this album, Yuvan Shankar has piano as the basic element along with simple beats. The continuous flow of Nandini Srikar’s voice stands out as the major highlight in this album. Undoubtedly, Nandini can keep her fingers to get into the nomination of best female singers 2012 awards.
2. Kaadhal Endhan Kaadhal
Singer: Neha Basin
Let’s say she has ‘Magical Vocal’ that pierces straight into your hearts. Place her on the track along with 100 instruments played in the backdrop: you’ll witness her overpowering intonation. Piano and Tambura on the prelude with additional bass intensifies the song. The beats on percussion slightly remind us off ‘Chennai Super Kings’ promo song and ‘En Frienda Pola Yaaru’ from Nanban. Neha Basin’s western vocalization stands out as the major highlight in this track and she’s fantastic.
3. Mazhai Mazhai
Singers: Karthik, Shwetha Mohan
A soothing welcome to the listeners on fortepiano followed by silent strings that takes us over to Karthik. He has handled the song in an elegant manner and embellishes every word with his melodious touch. Not to miss Swetha Mohan as she merges together with the strings on accompaniment. The visuals should bring more beautification to the song with picturing and choreography.
4. Padapadakkudhu Maname
Vocals: Krish, Blaaze
Krish exerts all he can to outmatch his previous track records. The playback singer is far-famed for touching high pitch scales with an ease and this one isn’t an exception. Heed to the first few lines of the song and you’ll witness the top-notch quality of voice rendered effortlessly. Blaaze with his rap lyrics makes you tap the feet persistently.
5. Unakkaagave Uyir Vaazhgiren
Vocals: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Hold the mike and get you transfixed – the mantra of Yuvan Shankar Raja continues with this track as he easily swifts through the high and low scale pitch. The sound engineers deserve special appreciations for a fabulous mixing of instruments and voice.
6. Stop the Paattu
Singer: Ramesh Vinayagam
With most of the tracks turning to be more melodious, this one is a special treat for the mass audiences. Many songs like ‘Kolaveri’ and ‘Kadhal En Kadhal’ have gained good response and this becomes the latest one to join the league. The beats and composition are completely in the style of Maestro Ilayaraja. This song has already become a raging hit with the teasers released over online.
On the whole, Moondru Per Moondru Kadhal has some commendable melodies tuned by Yuvan Shankar Raja that include cherry-picks like ‘Aaha Kaadhal Konji Pesudhe’, ‘Kaadhal Endhan Kaadhal’ and ‘Mazhai Mazhai’.
Verdict: Go fall in love with the songs
Review by Richard Mahesh
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